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The Emo HollowThe Emo Hollow
A few days later, when the Hogyouku had been returned (to Aizen's great relief) and the zanpakutou were back to their regular mischief, Ulquiorra was standing alone in a dark room, staring into nothingness and unaware of the world. A small dark shadow crept into the room, sneaking up on him...
Ulquiorra merely turned his head, though he had a flustered look in his eyes. "You breathe too loud. I could hear you a thousand meters away. Leave; I have no need of a nuisance like you."
The dark shadow pouted and stamped its foot. "Liar!!! Ulqui-chan is a big white bony liar!!! And a meanie, too! Just like Riri-chan!! You're both meanies!!"
Turning away, Ulquiorra stared at a corner and said, "Don't interrupt me in my emo moment."
The dark shadow, which was Shino, stared at him, then started laughing and dancing around Ulquiorra. "Heehee, Ulqui-chan
Where's the Hogyouku?!Where's the Hogyouku?!
Apparently, Muramasa has gone so far as to materialize some of the Arrancar's zanpakutou! Among these are Arrancars 13 and 15, Tsumetai Mukanshin and Ririko Dinonikusu. Their zanpakutou are some of the most troublesome, and are causing extreme havoc much like what is happening back in Soul Society. Things have gotten quite horrendous here in Las Noches...
"Give me back the Hougyouku!!!! Aizen's gonna kill you when he finds out it's gone!!!!!"
"Nya-nya-nya!!! Catch me if you can!!!!"
"Shinoiro Ketsu~Arukoatoru, get back here right now!!! GET BACK HERE YOU LITTLE"
CENSORED CENSORED CENSORED
"Neh! Riri-kun is so mean!!! Calling me all those bad names!!! I'm never giving you the pretty cube back now, so ha!"
Shinoiro Ketsu~Arukoatoru, Shino for short, is Ririko's materialized
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